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Label: From the Outside in

Sometimes I struggle with feeling beautiful. It's something we all can relate to, that feeling when you look in the mirror and you don't like what you see. Sometimes it helps to build on my appearance. To highlight the things I like about myself, and reduce the things I don't. Sometimes tiny changes can boost my confidence so much, that I feel like a different, better version of myself. Which is something we all need in our lives. 

When you see this label on a post it means that the post is focusing on building confidence through nurturing outward appearances. In a sense building confidence "From the Outside in". These posts are about taking how you look and enhancing a few of the billions of things that are beautiful about you. So that you are a step closer to seeing the beautiful person that everyone else sees.

Some topics these posts might cover are:
Acne
Hair
Fitness
Skin
Fashion

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